Study Guide Chapters 9-10
Study Guide Chapters 9-10 HSES 260
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Phil Lowcock Community Health Fall 2015 Test 1 Study Guide Chapter 9 15 questions Social RelationshipsCommunication Communication recommendations for arguments Discuss concerns annoyances con ict with other person Resolving a con ict in a manner that both people can accept this also helps minimize future occurrences Resolve con ict not win Voice frustrations as soon as possible Evaluate each possible solution agree on an option and make speci c plans on how and when it is implemented Ways to deal with con ict Be a good listener Voice frustrations Look at all solutions MaleFemale communication styles Male Use communication to compete establish dominance or to show competence and knowledge They feel oppressed by lengthy discussion don t wan tto take orders Every question needs answered Goal is to x problems Not asking questions is independence Female Connect through communication Find commonalitites share experiences givereceive support Decision is to be discussed rst and then made by everyone Appreciate discussion itself Inclined to do what is asked Believe a question is not simply a question but negotiation When someone changes subjectshowing lack of interestsympathy Goal is to share develop listen Sternberg s Triangle terms Theorszype of intensity of love a couple experiences depend on strength of Intimacy Commitment amp Passion IntamacyPassion Infatuation romantic love sexualampemotional PassionCommitment SexualampCommitted wants to be in love but has no emotional bond IntamacyCommitment Empty Love older relationships usually deep emotional bond nd commitment l Intlmacy Passion quot7 Signs of a healthyunhealthy relationship realistic expectations Reciprocal relationships based on mutual liking and caring mutual respect and trust mutual interest and companionship Healthy Trust respect and communication Cooperation compromise and commitment can help any couple through troubled times Unhealthy one or both partners being manipulative controlling mean disrespectful or verballyphysically abusive jealousy You CAN unlearn these Mutual LikingampCaring Romantic Love Mutual Respectamptrust Fatuous Love Mutual interestampcompanionship Companionate Love Bene ts of Marriage average age vs Domestic Partnership 2009 median age to get married Men28 Women26 Marriage Contract between couple and State Domestic Partnership receive less extensive benefits not on paper Marriage duration compared to friendships Friendships are considered longer lasting and more stable compared to romantic relationships Partner characteristics likely to lead to happiness Self esteem and mutual respect good communication enjoy spending time together in leisure handle con ict constructively friends as well as lovers unsel shcaring Hooking up effect of alcohol Hooking up fueled by alcohol Negative impact on psychological wellbeing and social status Decreased relationship skills Sexual risk of STI s and unplanned pregnancy Effect of single parenthood on children behavior emotions Still much discussion over if being raised in a single parent house is bad for growing Children born out of wedlock tend to experience more behavioral and emotional problems than children from married two parent families Importance of time spent together to likelihood of family happiness Happier families report spending quality time together as often as they can Chapter 10 18 questions Sexuality amp Reproductive Choices Sexual Orientation def Person s sexual identity in relation to the gender they are attracted Homophobia def Dislikeprejudice against homosexual people Age recommendations for gynecological visits pap smears Gynecological 1315 Pap smears by age 21 Circumcision Snipping the skin of the penis at the top and letting the head come through i C I Elihu E h MM In i mienminimaan Flutabs n39u bu39om rrmm cw rrrr i 39u humusaya mug11 h fru39xdwl j pr De nitions sperm seminal uid semen Sperm Seminal uid Part of semen that is produced by various accessory glands prostate gland and seminal vesicles Semen Male reproductive uid containing spermatozoa in suspension Masters amp Johnson stages amp order refractory period Stage 1 excitement amp arousal Caused by vasocongestion Erection in men Lubrication and clitoral swelling in females Stage 2 Plateau Intense excitement rapid heartbeat genital sensitivity preejaculatory uid in men vaginal swelling Myotoniapreparation of the body for orgasmincreased muscle tone Stage 3 amp 4 Orgasm peakclimax of sexual response rhythmic muscle contractions of genitals ejaculation in men Resolution Refractory PeriodMinuteshours where men need to recuperate Women do not have refractory periods and may orgasm multiple times Orgasm timing female needing clitoral stimulation 13 of women reach orgasm via intercourse many women need direct stimulation of clitoris to reach orgasm Oral sex risks Anal sex risks Oral STISTD s Anal STISTD s tissue more fragile and can be torn easily Be familiar understand malefemale sexualreproductive anatomy Mons pubis Labia majora Clitoris Labia iminora Urethra Vaginal opening Anus an External anatomy Lalbium minors Lalbium majma lb Internal anatomy eggssperm produced Sacrum bone Abdominal muscle 7 U lreter Bladder a Seminal vesicle Pubic symphysis Coccyx bone Prostate r Ejaculatory duct Corpus cavemoeum Camus SpDngiiDSUm Rectum Urethra Pelvic oor muscle Fareskin Penis glans Naviculalr fuses Urellhral opening Mestusl Contraception methods popular Effective Used how Barrier physical barriercondomdiaphragm chemical barrier spermicidal suppository or sponge Hormonal hormonal methods deliver hormones to a woman that prevent ovulation IUD what does this stand for Intrauterine Device small T shaped plastic device that releases copper or progestin Rhythm Fertility Awareness Method Rhythm or calendar method Tracking of women s monthly menstrual cycle May be used to prevent pregnancy if the woman tracks carefully and has regular periods NOT fail safe sperm survive how long Most certain method to avoid pregnancySTDs Surgical abstinence celibacy PMS ways to reduce Exercise balanced diet reduce intake of saltsugar avoid caffeine alcohol and tobacco adequate sleep Length characteristic pace of menstrual cycle Menarche rst onset of menstruation Menstrual Phase 16daysabout Day lMenstrual ow release of folliclestimulationg hormone from the pituitary gland to the brain Day 6Release of estrogen into bloodstream and then uterus Proliferative Phase614daysabout thickening of the lining of uterus and discharge of cervical mucus Phase ends when hormones trigger the release of a mature egg Secretory Phasel4 28daysabout Degeneration of follicle sac Rising levels of progesterone in bloodstream Further increase of endometrial lining OvulatezRelease an egg from the ovary Infertility causes rates Infertility Inability to get pregnant after 12months of sexual activity using no contraception Causes Low sperm count Poor sperm motility 13 of cases Obstruction of fallopian tubes 13 cases prior untreated STI can cause this Endometriosis Lack of ovulation Abnormalities in cervical mucus or in anatomy
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